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"I'm Martin dicara Bloomberg business on WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty governor Baker and pats owner, Bob Kraft, Robert Kraft has he likes to be called were among those to let stadium earlier for a big announcement about security at large venues, and it comes hours before the pats. Take on the Indianapolis Colts in Thursday night football, guess who's? There are best sports reporter in the newsroom. Kim Tunnicliffe live the stadium Kim. Oh, thanks, Lori. Well, governor Baker did join with patriots owner Robert Kraft on the field that you let stadium to announce the creation of Massachusetts new warr venue security task force. The task force will be made up of sixteen members including police and fire officials from all over the state along with representatives from some of the -chusetts largest public than us places like the TD garden's six flags the biggie, Fenway park, stale Boston, and of course, Gillette stadium. The idea is to work together to share best security, practices and create a strategic plan for large security by the end of April two thousand nineteen from Gillette stadium. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. All right. Good job Kim. Thank you. Let's get more the game itself with Tom Cuddy over the as hticket dot com. Sports studio. Patriots calls Thursday night football in Foxborough, rob gronkowski availability likely to play. Contract Red Sox working out a Fenway game. One of the division series with the Yankees tomorrow in front of microphones today. How about some basic Alex Cora reprieve familiar with what they do the same with us probably Bruni feel feels the same way. So there's no secrets I think at the end of day. I know it sounds boring whatever whoever plays better defense and execute pitches and gets clutch hits who's going to win. This series told you it was basic Chris sale starts video of sale playing longtime today's available on Twitter at Tom Cuddy sports Bruins with the buffalo. Sabres Tom Cuddy, WBZ radio sports accidents."